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Census Data Says Current Health Care System Leaves 16 (Not 46) Million Underserved
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Census Data Says Current Health Care System Leaves 16 (Not 46) Million Underserved

Thirty million is a lot of people. It is about four times the population of New York City. It is 10 percent of the population of the entire United States. It is also the amount by which everyone from the Obama administration to the mainstream media is exaggerating the number of Americans who may currently be unable to obtain health insurance. From a new study by FreedomWorks:

07/13/2009
FreedomWorks Foundation Finds Relevant Number of Uninsured is 16 Million
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FreedomWorks Foundation Finds Relevant Number of Uninsured is 16 Million

Washington, DC - As the President and Congress push a massive $1.6 trillion dollar health plan this summer, the FreedomWorks Foundation is challenging how many Americans are uninsured.FreedomWorks Foundation released Issue Analysis Number 126, “The Sources of Insurance: Private, Public, the Uninsured, and Reforms for the Future” by Max Pappas and Kristopher Rawls.  The study closely examines where Americans get their health insurance and exactly who in America is going without it. 

07/13/2009
More Activists Face Down MoveOn.org and ACORN
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More Activists Face Down MoveOn.org and ACORN

The ACORN and MoveOn.org comrades weren't just out in force in Greensboro last week, they also took to the streets outside Congressional district offices in other cities where FreedomWorks activists and allies were there to meet them with the truth about their government-run healthcare dreams.

07/13/2009
You're Invited: July 16 Healthcare Town Hall, Leesburg, GA
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You're Invited: July 16 Healthcare Town Hall, Leesburg, GA

Do you have questions about how the healthcare plans making the rounds on Capitol Hill will affect you?  A little concerned that something so enormous is being rammed through?  Starting to wonder about back door deals and a severe lack of actual details or facts in the government healthcare plan? You need to come out Thursday night to the Healthcare Town Hall in Leesburg, GA.

07/13/2009
Around the Freedom Horn
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Around the Freedom Horn

Enjoy a compilation of some interesting reads from around the web:   Supply-side conservatives unite: Senate Weighs Medicare Tax on Capital Gains to Fund Health Plan.   Some historical perspective on the healthcare debate by Kimberly Strassel: Potomac Watch.

07/10/2009
Counter Protest in Greensboro, NC
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Counter Protest in Greensboro, NC

Today, more than 55 people showed up to counter protest a health care rally sponsored by MoveOn.org. Great job guys! And thanks for the pictures!

07/09/2009
The Sources of Insurance (Issue Analysis Number 126)
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The Sources of Insurance (Issue Analysis Number 126)

Download a .pdf version of the full study complete with footnotes and graphs by clicking here! Executive Summary

07/08/2009
Sanford’s Down, Sarah’s Out, Franken's In; Is the Tea Party Over?
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Sanford’s Down, Sarah’s Out, Franken's In; Is the Tea Party Over?

It’s been a strange and troubling few weeks for advocates of lower taxes and limited government. Nancy Pelosi successfully rammed what may be the largest tax hike in American history through the House of Representatives. Two rapidly rising stars in the GOP have unexpectedly tumbled back to Earth. And a federally-funded special interest power grab looms over the health care system.

07/07/2009
Media Matters Fact Checks FreedomWorks on Obamacare
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Media Matters Fact Checks FreedomWorks on Obamacare

Media Matters Fact Checked us on our Obamacare Translator: Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) on June 19. In our original CER article, we argued that government intervention to compare health care methods was not necessary--private companies already do it. Here’s their entire post and our response to it:

07/06/2009
Unions and Free Market Activists Find Common Cause on Health Care, For Now
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Unions and Free Market Activists Find Common Cause on Health Care, For Now

President Obama has stepped up his rhetoric against the health care system, but fiscal deficiencies in his plan for a government take over have become increasingly apparent in recent weeks. Now, some on Capitol Hill are toying with the idea of taxing employee health benefits to subsidize the cost of government-provided care. But, as Americans learned during the collapse of GM, many union labor agreements provide extremely generous benefit packages to workers who are unlikely to support any proposal that might put their compensation at risk.

07/02/2009

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